Use the StackPath store and access your data with Koyeb's universal API. Process your data based on store events, and store the result on any cloud.
Compose processing workflows with ready to use integrations and your own code if needed. Build your business logic with our SDKs in Golang, Node.js, and Python or using Docker images.
Koyeb's all-in-one platform is backed by a highly available infrastructure. Build advanced operation pipelines for your data with zero server maintenance.
StackPath provides a fully integrated S3-compatible object storage option with fast time-to-first-byte (TTFB) speeds that can be increased when combined with StackPath’s CDN or Edge Compute.
At 50% the price of Amazon S3, StackPath is a cost-effective choice to store and manage your data at scale.
With object storage, you can store any kind of data: images, videos, documents, machine learning models, backups, logs, and more.
If you want to learn more about StackPath object storage, visit the StackPath object storage website.
Combining StackPath with Koyeb lets you enjoy one of the fastest object storage platforms on the market while leveraging the most powerful data-processing platform.
When you connect your StackPath bucket to Koyeb, you can process your data faster thanks to Koyeb's pre-configured functions. Spend less time operating complex infrastructures, spend more time processing your data.
Using StackPath object storage with Koyeb allows you to trigger functions to process data from events that occur in your StackPath object storage buckets.
With StackPath's object storage, you can:
With Koyeb, there are infinite possibilities to transform, optimize, and analyze the content of your StackPath object storage buckets.
Connect your StackPath Object Storage to Koyeb and start deploying powerful serverless data-processing functions based on Store events within minutes.
Koyeb is designed so you can trigger processing functions based on events that occur in your StackPath Object Storage with ease. To start processing your data with Koyeb, you will need to:
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